COLTF-CT College Transition

Courses and Descriptions

Courses and Descriptions

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Year 1
Term 1Credit Hours
Term 2Credit Hours
ENGL-1007English
6
MATH-2080Mathematics
6
SCIE-2028Science
4
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
In addition to Transfer of Credit from a recognized post secondary institution, other RPL processes are available for RPL courses. Click here for more information. For courses with no RPL, please check www.rrc.ca/rpl for additional contact information.
ABOR-1068Culture and Community Connections
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Students will have an opportunity to discover who they are as an Indigenous person by discovering their gifts, strengths and talents through culture, history and community. Students will examine traditional value systems and how to apply traditional knowledge in modern day society.

ABOR-2068Cultural Application
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Students will focus on exploring their Indigenous identity. They will have the opportunity to explore local, community-based, provincial and national issues to understand the modern landscape as it pertains to Indigenous and non-Indigenous relations. Students will enhance their personal and professional identity by learning about, and with, various local Indigenous communities. Students will have opportunity to express their cultural identities and consider how to contribute to cultural revitalization and community wellness. Students will explore local Indigenous worldviews, values and belief systems and will learn about Indigenous perspectives through the perspectives of local histories.

CDEV-1002Career Development
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Any realistic career planning must begin with developing a better understanding of oneself. The purpose of this course is to provide students with instruction in the career planning process directly related to the selection of a college program and ultimately the world of work. Topics include a comprehensive skills assessment, identification of work and personal values, career interests, work and learning styles, and personality types related to college programs and academic success. As the course progresses, students will begin to develop areas of interests related to college programs and future career paths. Each student will complete a project to investigate occupations that are of interest to them. The student will begin to use information to evaluate to what extent their career interests realistically math their skills and qualities. The project will also assist students with planning the academic requirements associated with the career direction they have chosen. Each student, as part of their project, will develop career/occupational goals and academic plans.

CDEV-2002Employability Skills
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Employability skills are those fundamental skills necessary for obtaining, keeping, and being successful in a job. Many students require purposefully structured experiences and instruction to guide them in understanding their own capabilities, their opinions, the adaptations they will need and the general employability skills they need to be successful in the workplace. These skills encompass personal appearance, social skills, teamwork, dependability, organization and work ethic. The ability to acquire and maintain employment depends heavily on the general employability skills students will learn in this course. The course will also introduce students to the e-portfolio, the Red River College LEARN Management System, and Microsoft Word as a word processing system.

Prerequisites:
COMM-1171Essential College Communication Skills
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Students will develop academic language skills and abilities in the areas of listening, reading, speaking, writing and presenting. Students will be engaged in a variety of learning situations that will enhance their communication abilities through applied learning activities and opportunities. Integration of literary and cultural works from various First Nations, Metis and Inuit communities will be the curriculum foundation for skills building.

ENGL-1007English
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Individual course modules will be developed based on student skill level and interest.

Prerequisites:
MATH-1080Essential College Mathematics Skills
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Students will enhance and/or further develop their functional mathematical skills and strengthen computational skills for future post-secondary programming where mathematical skills are required. Student engagement will be promoted through the use of application-based strategies and relevant situations where math skills are required.

MATH-2080Mathematics
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Individual course modules will be developed based on student skill level and interest.

Prerequisites:
SCIE-1028Basic Applied Science
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This course will give students practical knowledge and skills in the physical sciences using basic concepts of scientific measurement, forces and Newton's Laws of motion, work, power and energy, and electrostatics.

SCIE-2028Science
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Individual course modules will be developed based on student skill level and interest.

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